I am on a quest to make the perfect system that works for work. Since moving my personal planning into my TN, my work planning no longer needs to be in a Hobonichi Cousin (even though I absolutely LOVE the Cousin). There will be too much wasted space, and sections that I don't really need. I've found that weekly layouts are more functional for me. So I created this layout in a Stalogy A5 notebook I had lying around. I will probably test and tweak it a bit before finalizing it in a new…
I would love a display like this in my future classroom! Each child's name would be written on a clothes pin and they would be in charge of choosing which work they would like to display. They could pick the one that they are most proud of to show off, to show off their hard work.
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What is this? These are tips for teachers and SLPs working with AAC users. How can this be helpful in the future? The table gives the facilitator an idea of how to effectively communicate the use of an AAC device to a new user. It is color coated for simple understanding (instructional and implementation tips, adult support tips, communication functions)
Had to pin this AGAIN as I just discovered Murphy diluted in water cleaned my stainless steel fridge AND sink with hardly any elbow grease. I wiped down the surfaces with a rag soaked in the soap/water and rung then wiped it down with a clean, dry cloth. Amazed.